A German triathlete was banned from an all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant after consuming practically 100 plates of fish.
Jaroslav Bobrowski, an Ironman competitor, visited Operating Sushi in Landshut, Bavaria final weekend for a by no means ending meal.
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In keeping with The Native, Bobrowski went to the restaurant and paid his 15.90 euros ($18.49) for the buffet.
“After I went to the checkout, I wished to tip, however the waiter didn’t need to settle for that,” Bobrowski mentioned to The Native.
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The previous bodybuilder sat down at a desk and began consuming – and didn’t cease till he had consumed practically 100 plates of sushi.
“He eats for 5 folks. That’s not regular,” the restaurant proprietor advised the Passauer Neue Presse.
Bobrowski, who works as a software program engineer by day, follows an excessive weight loss program the place he doesn’t eat for 20 hours after which eats “till I’m full,” The Native experiences.
The “till I’m full” half is outwardly what drove the restaurant to ban the athlete.
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The proprietor advised Bobrowski personally that he was now not allowed to eat there due to his expensive habits.
“I’m banned any longer as a result of I’m consuming an excessive amount of,” Bobrowski advised the Native.
“I used to be surprised,” he added, earlier than saying he had been an everyday at Operating Sushi.